The Ned was the most exciting opening of 2017, celebrities and professionals flocked to it to see if this exclusive venue could live up to expectations. And they were not left disappointed, by any standard the Ned is an incredibly impressive space. Why not visit it for yourself? Enquire with our free venue finding service today.
What is it?
Inside this Grade 1 listed, former Midland Bank headquarters, its 252-bedroom hotel, nine restaurants, roof terrace bar, and exclusive private members club. This project was brought into fruition by Soho House & Co and hotel group Sydell, who know luxury like the back of their hands. Designed with unrivalled style and sophistication, expect high ceilings, classic oak panelling, forest green marble, and even stunning upholstery. The Ned has been carefully designed down to the finest detail. And where could be better to host an event?
Where is it?
The City of London’s newest dazzling addition, The Ned couldn’t be better located. A swift 2 minutes’ walk to Bank Underground Station, and less than 10-minutes from London Cannon Street Station.
Why we love it?
The Ned is hard not to love, they have so many spaces available for a huge variety of events and occasions. Each as beautiful as the one before it, the attention to detail is thoughtful but not overpowering. You can even get ready for your event in their spectacular spa, or stay in one of their plush hotel rooms filled with 1920’s glamour.
How it works for events?
The choice is yours at the Ned, with six event spaces, and two outdoor terraces, each as stunning and sophisticated as the other. The largest space is the Tapestry Room seating up to 140, or available for receptions for 200. Walnut panelling lines the room, above on the upper walls is a stunning pastoral tapestry from the 20’s that is lit by impressive chandeliers.
The Saloon has a lighter décor, the main feature is the 18th-century chandelier from Devonshire House, seating up to 70 on round tables, hire the Drawing Room for drink prior to a dinner.
For smaller spaces, consider the RWB room filled with a similar light oak panelling and seating up to 24 guests on one long table. Smaller still is the Wren Room (capacity of 10), and The Rose Room (capacity of 14) with the same forest green chairs, and wooden panelling, the carpet is inspired by large-leaf Verdure tapestries.
Lastly are the Ned’s two terraces looking out over the City and St Paul’s Cathedral, each can accommodate up to 26 people. Ideal for summer drinks receptions or even dining al-fresco.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL